Black@ND

BLACK@ND is a podcast where we discuss the experiences of Notre Dame’s African American students, current and alumni, and the steps taken to survive in a community that lacks representation of color.

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How Whites Can Become Allies

How can whites become allies? The first step to fixing a problem is to listen. Join the conversation with Maria McKenna, Ph.D., to find out how whites can join forces with the...

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Blacks in the Arts (Part 2)

How do Black performers maintain their blackness in a predominantly white genre? Are they battling the impostor syndrome? Take a listen!

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Blacks in the Arts (Part 1)

How do Black performers maintain their blackness in a predominantly white genre? Are they battling the impostor syndrome? Take a listen!

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Navigating Residential Life (Part 2)

What can a student expect when arriving at ND? It is all peaches and cream? Let’s kick it with rectors and leaders in diversity and inclusion.

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Breast Cancer Awareness

Tap in to check out the story on how a nationally known journalist and breast cancer survivor birthed a miracle baby during a challenging season of her life.

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Navigating Residential Life (Part 1)

What can a student expect when arriving at ND? It is all peaches and cream? Let’s kick it with rectors and leaders in diversity and inclusion.

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Black Domers: Leaders

Notre Dame’s most historic leaders join the talk on their position as leaders on campus. Check it out!

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Black Domers: Entertainment (Part 2)

Did you know that the leading faces in the entertainment industry earned a degree from Notre Dame? Tap in to get the scoop on their collegiate experience.

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Black Domers: Entertainment (Part 1)

Did you know that the leading faces in the entertainment industry earned a degree from Notre Dame? Tap in to get the scoop on their collegiate experience.

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Black Domers: Sports (Part 2)

Out of 74 leprechauns, only 4 have been represented by students of color. What challenges did they face on the field? Are leprechauns considered athletes? Listen to find out more!

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Black Domers: Sports (Part 1)

Notre Dame is most known for its incomparable skills in sports. Do athletes and non-athletes share the same privileges? Tap in to find out!

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Black Domers: Pioneers (Part 1)

The first black student, Frazier L. Thompson, graduated from the University of Notre Dame in 1947. Listen to some of ND’s “firsts” share their experiences during the 60s and...

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